Expert Heating and Gas Furnace Maintenance Service in Omaha, NE


Regular residential maintenance is key to keeping your heating and cooling systems not just running, but performing their best. The experts at Controlled Comfort can perform a plethora of maintenance services, including gas furnace maintenance, electric air handlers maintenance, and humidifier maintenance for your Omaha, NE, home.

Regular Maintenance Prevents Regular Headaches

Like an apple a day keeping the doctor away, regular residential HVAC maintenance helps keep your system running smoothly and efficiently without hiccups. We use a 13-point cooling system check and 15-point heating system check to ensure that your equipment is kept in pristine shape every time we visit.

Of course, we also offer a much wider range of maintenance services. We can work with residential:

  • Ductless splits
  • Electric air handlers
  • ERVs
  • Exhaust fans
  • Gas furnaces
  • Gas leaks
  • HPs
  • Geothermal units
  • Humidifiers
  • PTAC units
  • Zoning systems

Controlled Comfort is a leader in providing quality HVAC maintenance services to Omaha, NE, and the surrounding areas. If you want to save money and maintain your comfort, our regular maintenance visits are a must-have.

Customer Service That Shines

For more information about our heating and cooling system checks, read below. We are also always readily available to answer your inquiries at (402) 333-2775 or Remember: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Choose Controlled Comfort for your residential electric air handlers maintenance, humidifier maintenance, gas furnace maintenance, and other HVAC maintenance services. We’ll work hard so that you and your home can stay at a comfortable temperature throughout the year. 

13 Point Cooling System Clean & Check

Check and clean inside cooling coil (if accessible).
Replace filters if included in contract price.
Clean condensate drains.
Adjust and clean blower components.
Clean condenser coil.
Tighten all electrical connections.
Adjust blower belt tension. Replace if cracked or starting to separate.
Lubricate all moving parts (where applicable).
Check and tighten all loose electrical connections.
Check operating pressure for proper refrigerant charge.
Monitor voltage and amperage draw on all motors.
Clean and check thermostats.
Monitor air conditioning cycle.

1. Install gauges & check operating pressures
2. Check for adequate refrigerant charge & leak
3. Check air temperature drop across evaporator coil
4. Check evaporator super heat
5. Check amperage to all motors with meter
6. Lubricate motor if required
7. Check belt & adjust tension and blower speed
8. Check filters
9. Check starting contactor & electrical
10. Clean & adjust thermostat
11. Clean condensate drain
12. Shut off power humidifier
13. Clean condenser coil

15 Point Heating System Clean & Check

Check and adjust thermostat
Clean and adjust all safety controls
Clean and adjust burners and controls
Clean and adjust pilot assembly
Adjust burner efficiency
Check for gas leaks in furnace
Lubricate moving parts
Check belt and adjust tension
Check filters
Check flue pipe and draft diverter
Check fan control
Adjust pressure regulator
Check furnace for fumes
Check out complete furnace system
Make necessary recommendations